South Sudan Gemma Hay, Aid Worker with Tearfund Key Stage Four, Key Stage Five, Interview, Global perspectives, geopolitics and development 'On 9 July 2011, several hundred thousand people gathered in a dusty public square in Juba, South Sudan, to witness the birth of the world’s newest nation...

Rex Walford Award The Rex Walford Award is for trainees or teachers who have just started their careers. Sections Overview 2022 competition 2021 winner 2020 winner 2019 winner 2021 winner The winner of the 2021 Rex Walford Award is Paul Greenhalgh , Berkhamsted Boys’ School, Berkhamsted This year...

Volunteers’ Week 2020 03 Jun 2020 RGS-IBG news Clare Brown (c) Clare Brown Dylan Warner (c) Dylan Warner Gemma Stubbs (c) Gemma Stubbs This week is Volunteers’ Week, an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people across the UK make through volunteering each year. To mark the...

Support while you study Studying geography at university? The Society is here to support you through your studies. From exciting events to fieldwork grants and careers advice, the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) can provide you with a range of support during your time studying geography and...

Alexander Awards Summer School An exciting opportunity for A Level and Higher Studies students to undertake a wide range of fieldwork tasks to develop their confidence in using geographical skills. Sections Overview Testimonials Testimonials We asked former participants about their experience of...

Tell us what you think We are continually seeking to develop the best and safest ways for you to enjoy our programme of events and it is important to us to hear what you think. We therefore invite all Fellows and members to complete a quick survey about Monday night lectures. All survey responses...

What we do As the UK's learned society and professional body for geography, we champion and advance the discipline and work with many different audiences. We exist to enhance understanding of our world. Geography has never been more important in helping us to understand our rapidly changing world...

What we do As the UK's learned society and professional body for geography, we champion and advance the discipline and work with many different audiences. We exist to enhance understanding of our world. Geography has never been more important in helping us to understand our rapidly changing world...

Sustainability The Society recognises the need for both ambition and accountability in its approach to, and performance on, the range of sustainability and environmental change issues. In June 2021 the Society’s Council were presented with a report on sustainability actions and challenges. This...

Rex Walford Award The Rex Walford Award is for trainees or teachers who have just started their careers. Sections Overview 2022 competition 2021 winner 2020 winner 2019 winner 2019 winner Linked to our Young Geographer of the Year competition, the 2019 Rex Walford Award asked entrants to produce...

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